Multi-media Environmental Auditing
EQM’s Environmental, Health, and Safety (EHS) Auditing & Compliance division provides auditing services for commercial, industrial, institutional, and government facilities – with onsite experience and professional training in order to evaluate and provide feasible solutions to an organization’s EHS compliance requirements.
We work with clients to develop site-specific and organization-wide programs to establish and maintain an internal culture of compliance, for environmental regulations or management systems. Auditing services include an overall evaluation of current compliance and conformance status, as well as potential liabilities and associated risks.
Audits typically include the areas below:
Risk Management Program Rule (RMP)
Ozone Depleting Substance Program
NPDES Permitting / Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans
Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plans
Wastewater Discharge Permitting
SARA Reporting (Tier II & TRI)
TSCA Chemical Data Reporting
Greenhouse Gas (GHG)
Environmental Management Systems
EQM’s professionals can assist with integrating environmental management systems into a variety of facility functions.
Updates to New Standards
EHS Impacts on Operations
EMS Objectives, Targets, and Programs Development
Corrective Action Tracking
Pre-Audit Assessments (On- and Off-Site)
EMS Awareness Training
Compliance Risks Identification
EMS Manual, Policy, and Procedure Generation
Hazard & Safety Evaluation or Auditing
On the Health and Safety side, EQM provides auditing and program evaluation assistance to facilities in a variety of areas.
Chemical Hygiene Plans
Chemical Process Safety Management (PSM)
Industrial Hygiene Monitoring and Programs
Hazardous Communication Training
Job Safety Analysis
OSHA Chemical-Specific Safety Planning
After an audit is complete and findings are identified, technical experts in each field are available to assist with follow-up tasks to ensure compliance. The EQM team can also assist with recommending viable and cost-effective solutions to areas of noncompliance or needs for best management practices.